Peak Freelance exists to help you make friends, ask questions, and promote good work. It’s not a place to land jobs fast, nor spam other members with requests to refer you for jobs, hire them, or anything else.
- Discrimination of any kind won’t be tolerated. If you see discrimination, hate, abuse, or threats of any kind, please report it to Elise or Mike. We don’t hold back on this. They’ll be out of the group immediately.
- No unsolicited pitches. In other words: don’t ask other members to refer/hire you unless they’ve openly stated they’re looking for someone to refer/hire.
- Please use the right channels. If you want feedback on something, use #feedback. If you have a question, post it in #questions. This keeps Slack organized and makes it easier for people to consume/contribute. Ask if you’re unsure. No cross-posting.
- Don’t use @here and @channel. Moderators will use those from time to time to share updates, but they should not be used to draw attention to your posts.
- Use threads. Help us keep Slack tidy and scannable by responding to a thread (not posting it in the main channel).
- If you’re sharing client-specific content (like results or problems), make sure you’ve got their permission to do so. We don’t want to get you into trouble for sharing things you’re not meant to.
- Don’t share any community content outside of the group. People (including you!) pay money for the content we share in the group. We want to make sure that money gets you exclusive content you can’t find elsewhere. This applies to Slack threads, expert interviews, products, and template